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Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by Minnie_me, Jan 26, 2011.
Where am I best to go?
when i was planning on breastfeeding i went out and bought loads of nursing bras and some from mothercare and M&S and i have to say hands down get M&S ones just the plain ones they are about 20 odd quid for 2 a black a white one and they are brilliant and so comfatable the mothercare ones i was not impressed with but the M&S ones are brilliant loads of people i know have said they are definatly the ones to get.
I got mine from M&S. I found mothercare really expensive!! I think mine were about £20 for 2 and they done the job fine xxx
heres a link to the M&S ones im on about. also i wore them all the way through the rest of my pregnancy and they are so comfy to sleep in https://www.marksandspencer.com/Pac...031&pf_rd_p=215570647&pf_rd_s=related-items-3 x
I went to Mothercare. I found M&S ones a little too plain for my taste although they were cheaper.
Neither! I couldnt get Mothercare ones to fit and M&S seemed a strange shape. I love Emma Jane ones you can get from figleaves.
My favourite and most comfortable I found (and I feel like I have tried HUNDREDS!!) are from Debenhams, Miriam Stoppard ones.
^^ I have these ones too, and another similar set from M&S, very happy with them.
I never used to wear a bra to sleep in and didn't like the idea, so I got these from Toys/Babies R Us:
Very comfy for sleeping, although you do just have to pull them up to feed.
Neither! I wasn't a fan of the mothercare ones, but M&S where okayish!
My best ones are ones from NCT, fit really well and soo comfy! I wouldn't wear any others! I guess its trial and error though!! I got mine 3 days before i had my lo and i wish i had got them sooner....i would of been so much more comfortable!!
I tried the m&s ones and just didn't feel supported at all. I ended up with Peacocks £4 each and pretty lace design - really comfortable with easy opening and straps that didn't dig in.
mothercare's nursing bras are terrible for larger breasted ladies, mine fell out of the bra. the M&S ones were slightly better but not great. I bought mine online in the end
I'm a larger busted lady and some of the M&S ones are great, however some designs such as the leopard and grey set are a lot less supportive and are sized totally differently. In my case the fitting ladies couldn't find a size to fit me in store and said they had noticed problems with getting a good supportive fit on other ladies, so I left that one be. Mothercare their bras fit very funny and the materials used are not good quality.